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4 Creative Hanging Centrepieces for Weddings & Events

Innovative and breathtakingly beautiful, hanging centrepieces are the new fashion that adds style and class to your event, all without taking up any room on the table. The beauty of a hanging centrepiece is that it opens up the table and allows for easier communication between guests. Below are four of our favourite boards filled with simple hanging centrepieces that is eye-catching and on-trend.

Hanging Flowers

Many blooms look absolutely gorgeous hanging upside down, such as the roses below and our dendrobiums. This is also a perfect way to display flowers along a long, narrow table. Almost any style can be achieved, from metallic or modern displays through to using natural materials. You can tie decorations together by using table runners, placemats, and other small table decorations along the same theme.

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Image references, from top left: Koch & Co, Koch & Co, Style Me Pretty, Ceremony Magazine

View our dendrobium orchids here.

Candle Holders

Add a string of candle holders filled with tealights or votives along the branches for a unique look. Clear glass holders for votive candles can create a romantic and intimate mood for your wedding or dinner party. To make your event kid-safe, you can always substitute candles with LED tealights.

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Image references, from top left: Style Me Pretty, Koch & CoKoch & Co, Ruffled Blog

View our tealight holder here.

Glass Jars and Phials

While hanging flowers upside down is beautiful, it’s equally stunning to display your favourite blooms in clear wine bottles, glass lolly jars, test tubes and mason jars. You can tie invisible fishing line around the top of the jar for a whimsical appeal or use twine for a rustic effect – perfect for indoors and out.

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Image references, from top left: Everything Fab, Koch & CoKoch & Co, Style Me Pretty

View related glass jars here.

Tassel Garlands and Balloons

Another fun idea that works for weddings and events is combining tassel garlands with balloons (geronimo balloons are recommended). You can either tie the ends of each balloon evenly across the garland or hang each tassel vertically down from a string tied to the balloon. Not only do they add a playful element with a splash of colour but they also put a modern spin on the traditional latex balloon.

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Image references, from top left: Hostess with the Mostess, Style Me Pretty, Kara’s Party IdeasWedding Chicks

View our tassels here.

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